Wedding Planner

Job Description

Wedding planners are responsible for organizing, coordinating and helping couples deliver successful wedding events. Unlike a general event planner, wedding planners routinely focus their professional efforts on nuptial celebrations. Wedding planners work closely alongside couples and their clients chosen vendors to deliver breathtaking and memorable special event celebrations.




* Highschool Diploma

* Associates or Bachaelors degree in either: marketing, public relations, hospitality management, or communications.

* A.C.W.P.C


Seeking a professional who aspires to excel in event planning and managementto join our team. Must be dependable, responsible, reliable, out-going, charismatic, engaging, proactive to help and serve others, willing to be the person in-charge, and always on time
Wedding Planner would be responsible for booking and planning weddings, including corporate and pre-wedding events, and management of the event day. Responsibilities include event marketing, customer relations, event coordination, vendor relations, sales, and event set-up. The event set-up may include moving of furniture (chairs, tables, etc.,) light cleaning, inventory management, audio/visual technology setup features, etc.

Additional Skills Required: Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Strong writing skills and communication skills are a must. The ability to professionally communicate with business professionals and wedding participants is required. You must be able to lift and handle 30lbs.

Bonus Skills Desired: A passion for leadership development. Creative design background with experience in set decoration, floral arrangements, and/or catering. Proficiency in Adobe creative suite. Strong marketing skills with Customer Relationship Management software and social media.

Hours Required

Typical Hours: Hours vary depending on event booking schedule. Non-event hours enable flexible schedule. Event hours are non-flexible. There will be work requirements on some night and weekends.


Florist's tape is used to bind floral foam to a plastic tray or bowl.

Clear tape is used for binding split stems, making grids across vase tops and wrapping bouquets.

Stem tape is used to cover and seal individually wired flower and foliage stems.
A hand mister is used to refresh or revive blooms with a fine mist of water.
Garden stakes provide support and can help placing ingredients in position.
Rubber bands are useful for making up bunches of finer foliage such as bear grass.
Decorative colored reel wires can be used to bind the stems of flowers or add decorative details.They are availale in various colors and thicknesses.
Raffia and garden string are ideal for binding hand-tied bouquets and arranged stems.
When cut down, a plastic bottle can hold flowers in water in non-watertight containers.
A floral foam block and tray provides a good base for medium-sized floral foam arrangements. Cut and trim soaked floral foam with a craft knife, which can also be used to condition flowers.
Shears are used to trim and split woody-stemmed foliage and thick-stemmed flowers, while florist's scissors are ideal for conditioning and trimming flowers and thin-stemmed foliage.
Chicken wire can be molded to fit in an opaque vase or container to hold the stems of an arrangement in place.
Use a bottle brush to clean vases and containers.
Keep single-stemmed flowers fresh in a vial before they are presented. Long-stemmed vials can be attached to short-stemmed flowers in mixed designs.
Use a paintbrush to dust any pollen off flower petals.
Pearl pins can be used to attach boutonnieres to jacket lapels and pin ribbons in place.
Rose wires are used for wiring smaller-stemmed flowers and boutonnieres. 22 gauge wire is suitable for wiring larger flower stems, ribbons and other equipment.
Attach fabric and coverings to containers with mounting putty.
A deep plastic bowl holds enough floral foam for a large front-facing display. A shallow plastic bowl holds enough floral foam for a small arrangement.
You'll need a pin cushion to arrange stems at precise angles.
Add sterilizing tablets to a vase or container of water to kill bacteria and help to keep the water clear.

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